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No Game No Life - Shiro - 1/8 (Good Smile Company)No Game No Life - Shiro - 1/8 (Good Smile Company)

No Game No Life - Shiro - 1/8 (Good Smile Company)
Échelle & Dimensions
1/8  H=190mm (7.41in, 1:1=1.52m)
Date de sortie
11/26/2018 En tant que Standard
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Commentaires intéressants
Reasons to live: -this hair sculpt

Il y a 1 an
5 Shiro Scales and still no Sora T_T
Il y a 1 an
Commentaires récents
In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥13,014)

Brand New for ¥13,014
└ Packed with recycled materials ♻
In stock @ Neokyo
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Il y a 15 heures
In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥13,042)

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Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
About 116 USD | 98 EUR | 145 CAD
Jenthehen Otaku at Law
Thanks to everyone pointing out that you really need to push in the support rod - mine needed to be pushed in more and I wouldn’t have known otherwise!
Il y a 2 jours
shes cute but i dont want mine anymore.
Il y a 2 jours
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Thankfully, mine is safe. Check yours guys. Her metal rod should go all the way down to the hole until the bend of the metal rod reaches her sole. The prototype pics shows that it should reach until the bend.
Il y a 3 jours
Thank you all so much for pointing this out!

I've had mine for about three weeks and didn't even realise that she's also getting a little shaky on her base. Found out that the peg hole in her foot went way deeper than I'd thought (and at a very crooked angle halfway through) so with a little wiggling and a whole lot of force, she is now (hopefully) secure. Really hope she doesn't develop any other issues from this down the line cos I really want to keep this one - her paint job is flawless!
Il y a 6 jours
jeremiah (Il y a 6 jours) #47857348Based on that first picture, it looks like you didn't have her support inserted fully.
Thanks, you're right! I tried pushing her foot into the pole without the sole and it slipped on really smoothly. I think the sole on mine wasn't aligned properly to begin with which limited the distance on the rod that I can push it to.
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Il y a 6 jours
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